Sugar Creamer Vintage Edison Hotpoint 2 Pc Set - Retro Serving Accents Mid century - Kitchen Serving Dining Model Y155P9

$18.00

Vintage or antique 2 piece creamer and sugar bowl set that is made of stainless steel. Sugar bowl and creamer have a paneled design with the ribs or panels vertically down the sides. The handles and overall shape are a bit of Art Deco style - a sleek design. Bottoms are marked for the Edison Hotpoint Company.

NOTE:
In 1911, the Hotpoint Company was founded by Earl Richardson. In 1920, it established a joint venture with competitor General Electric, forming the Hotpoint Electric Appliance Company to market GE branded goods in the United Kingdom.

The sugar and creamer are in nice vintage condition with light use marks commensurate with vintage age - circa early mid century. The surface of both are still quite shiny.

The pair are marked on the bottom EDISON Hotpoint ELEC. APPL. CO. INC Y115P9



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